Drake‘s smash hit “God’s Plan” remains at number one for a seventh week on Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart.
The song, which is featured on the rapper’s two-track project, Scary Hours, debuted at the top of the chart in late January.
In addition, “God’s Plan” also sits at number one on the Streaming Songs chart for its seventh week.
Having logged 81.8 million streams in the United States for the past week, Drizzy’s chart-topping tune currently holds the record of having seven of the top 10 streaming weeks of all-time.
“God’s Plan” also spends a seventh week at number one on the Hot Rap Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts as well.
As previously reported, in late January, Drake surpassed JAY-Z by having the most tracks in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 among rappers, with a total of 22 hits, thanks to “God’s Plan” and his other song from Scary Hours, “Diplomatic Immunity.”
Those two songs became his 21st and 22nd top 10s when “God’s Plan” debuted at number one and “Diplomatic Immunity” launched at number seven.
This achievement made Drake one of only two acts to debut two songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100 simultaneously: The other is Ed Sheeran.
Drizzy also became the first artist ever to debut two songs in the top 10 on the Hot 100 twice. He’d previously pulled it off last year when, in April, “Passionfruit” landed at number eight and “Portland” at #9.
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